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  1. Bin 389 is often referred to as ‘Baby Grange’, in part because components of the wine are matured in the same barrels that held the previous vintage of Grange. First made in 1960, by the legendary Max Schubert, this was the wine that helped to forge Penfolds solid reputation with red wine drinkers combining the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon with the richness of Shiraz. Bin 389 also exemplifies the judicious balance of fruit and oak. “It’s a wine with a ‘wow’ introduction. It throws beautiful, beautiful aroma. It’s distinguished by it. It’s sweet, pudding-like, like fresh vanilla, like lemon delicious. I went to taste this wine and couldn’t get past the nose; I just wanted to go on enjoying its aromatics. It’s smells every bit Penfolds but every bit itself. The palate is true to established form, with blackcurrant and bay leaf notes rigged to a powerful motor of tannin. Creamy/vanillin oak gets on with business too but again the fruit stares it down. From every angle this is a belter of a Bin 389. It’s best consumed any time between now and the apocalypse, or thereabouts. “ – 96 Points Campbell Mattinson “Matured for 12 months in American hogsheads (32% new). Unapologetically made with the don't fix if it isn't broken aphorism. It is tightly structured, with faultless attention to detail - wheels within wheels stuff, but inexorable in sending its black fruits (blackberry, blackcurrant) flavour message. Despite its full body, and its far-reaching longevity, it's tailor-made for the saltbush lamb shoulder of tonight's dinner.” – 97 Points James Halliday ““A classic vintage with brilliant aromatic complexity, proportion and balance. “Pound for pound”, probably the wine of the 2017 release.” 98 Points Andrew Caillard MW

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  2. ‘It’s a wonderful wine, ludicrous at the price’ – 94 Points Mike Bennie 95 Points & Gold Royal Sydney Wine Show 2017 Year in, year out, The Bernoota always delivers! The 2014 ‘Bernoota’ is a blend of Shiraz (60%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (40%), carefully selected from old vines on the Follett family vineyard. The wine was fermented on skins in open static fermenters for 7-10 days, followed by maturation for 20 months in American and French oak barriques. The wine shows dark fruit characters of blackberry and plums, with a hint of choc mint and smoky oak aromas. The palate encompasses all of the trademark Langhorne Creek fruit sweetness and soft tannins. “It’s a wonderful wine, ludicrous at the price, should last a couple of decades in cellar too. Indeed, it feels primed for a long life, rippling with fine tannin, bright in perky acidity, fine and elegant in the palate. There’s loads of black olive, salt bush, dark berries, ripe plums and suggestions of eucalyptus, but the key thing is just how well it drinks – a glorious, supple flow, medium weight and superbly structured. It sticks to the gums but sighs over the tongue. Strewth, this is good.” – 94 Points Mike Bennie

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  3. Grants Cellars believe that respect for the winemaking craft, grapes that are second to none, and hard work and determination is essential to every wine. You can taste the care that's been taken to craft this blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon in the generous palate boasting ripe red fruit flavours and soft tannins.

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  4. Sustainable practices are becoming more and more common in vineyards across Australia as both consumers and winemakers search for a way to not mess with the environment. Angove’s have created a Shiraz Cabernet that is as pure as the day it was picked without the aid of fertilisers or chemicals. Packed with cherry, raspberry and spice, it’s nicely medium bodied with earthy, savoury flavours and subtle oak. A barbecue wine of the highest order, best matched with some sustainable meat products.

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  5. Penfolds are still responsible for turning out unbelievable quality across their mammoth range of wines. What you get with Koonunga Hill is pure generosity of flavor and complexity for a price that is hard to argue with. This wine has the plushness of Shiraz with the structure of Cabernet to present a wine that’s rich in fruit and vanillin oak with a juicy palate and elegant tannins. Brilliant barbecue wine.

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  6. After drinking this we hope you have a wonderfully warm mouth and a prickly tongue. A wonderfully deep wine grape flavour reminiscent of blackberries enhanced by the heat of chilli. • Made from 100% pure Australian fruit • No preservatives • No artificial colours • No artificial flavouring Seasonal variations in the fruit enhance the subtle differences in flavour every time you enjoy Frou-Frou. Ingredients Shiraz and Cabernet Grape Juice (34%), Water, Sugar, Citric Acid, Home Grown Rocoto Chillies.

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  7. The elite parcels of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon selected for Wolf Blass Black Label are brought together to form a perfect storm of concentrated power. This wine is the darling of collectors as a result, and it should be yours with its magnificent ability to be a rich and concentrated when young and a wonderfully balanced amalgam of flavours with a touch of bottle age. Sublime!

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  8. Church Block was the first wine the late Greg Trott produced under the Wirra Wirra label back in 1972. He took the name from one of the original vineyards, which runs next to the small Bethany Church (est. 1854) across the road from Wirra Wirra's century old ironstone cellars. Over four decades, the Church Block label has become an Australian favourite. Rich red and black fruits fill the mouth. Raspberry, red currant and plum fruits are balanced with fine sandy tannins and cedar oak. This medium to full bodied wine shows a lovely balance and style in true Church Block character.

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  9. Recognised on the world wine stage as a wine of distinction, heritage and pedigree, Black Label has an unparalleled reputation as a benchmark example of classic Australian wine.Liquor Act 2007. It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Lic. No. LIQP770016424

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  10. Grant Burge Sparkling Shiraz Cabernet NVVARIETAL Shiraz Cabernet REGION Barossa Valley & Eden Valley, Australia ABV% 12.5%PROFILE The Shiraz component was taken from vineyards in the southern end of the Barossa Valley, near Lyndoch, and the Eden Valley, where growing conditions are excellent for allowing the varietal characters to fully develop and produce grapes of intense concentration and flavour. Cabernet Sauvignon was sourced mainly from Barossa vineyards, with a portion coming from the cooler climate of the Coonawarra, which is known for displaying minty, green-leaf characteristics. TASTING NOTES This deep ruby-red Sparkling Shiraz Cabernet is complex and earthy on the nose, elegant and lively with rich fruit characters. It displays the perfect balance of acidity and fruit sweetness. Liquor Act Liquor Act 2007. It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Lic No. LIQP770016424

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  11. St Hugo has been an icon of Aussie wine for decades, and this 60% shiraz, 40% cab sav blend is a little beauty! There a heap of dark berries and plums in the glass, along with hints of herbs and baked spices. The palate is full-bodied but graceful, with a blackberry centre, licks of toastiness, a fine and solid line of tannins, and a long, juicy finish. This will kick on for a decade at least!

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  12. This juicy, more medium-bodied red blend is from a good year in South Eastern Australia, and delivers real bang for your buck! Smells of raspberries, red plums, a hint of mint and cinnamon decorate the nose, then the palate chimes in with succulent plummy and red berry flavours, a touch of toasty oak, mild tannins, and a soft, easy-going finish. Drink over the next couple of years with some lamb sausages.

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  13. Moppity's Reserve Shiraz represents the top of the quality tree for this dynamic Hilltops producer, from the oldest vines and best barrels. Here you can nab three bottles of two of the greatest vintages that Jason Brown and the Moppity crew have ever produced. Both wines are inky with plummy fruit and that black pepper aromatics, yet underpinned by that savouriness that the Hilltops is best known for.

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  14. With a trophy for 'Best red under $20' at the 2012 Great Australian Red wine show for the previous vintage - and some other medals to match - this Barossan wine comes to us with a solid resume. Luckily it tastes alright too, showing plenty of fruit without looking too sweet or flabby, the tannins dry and very long indeed.

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  15. The whole rationale behind the Musician then is simply to craft an early drinking, low oak, simple expression of ripe and fresh Coonawarra fruit - a joyous delve into how tasty and delicious that Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz can be. In this 2012 Musician Majella have absolutely smashed it too, the wine carrying as much character, structure and flavour as you could hope for at this price-point, all packaged up into something approachable and fruit driven but without excessive fruit sweetness.

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  16. The mere mention of the name Henschke sends shivers of excitement down the spines of many wine enthusiasts. They are know for top quality wines, and this one from a great vintage is top notch. Smells of cassis, plums, black olives and toastiness rise up to tempt the senses, whilst the palate is elegant and medium-bodied, with a plummy heart, fine-grained tannins, and a dry, smooth, lingering finish. Lovely stuff!

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  17. The great Australian red blend is back in style and here it is in full effect. The combination of Shiraz and Cabernet makes for such an easy drinking style that enhances any barbecue where red meat is the focus. This stunning red comes with the seal of approval of a number of wine judges who gave it three Gold medals and were enamoured by its nose of dark fruit, licorice and hints of pepper. The Shiraz lends rich fruit while the Cabernet aids structure in this well structured red.

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